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Future Capital Partners strengthens business development team

Future Capital Partners, the GBP6bn alternative investment boutique, has appointed James Pargeter to its business development team as it gears up for a product push in the fourth quarter.

Pargeter has responsibility for corporate financial planning on behalf of FCP’s clients. His remit includes a focus on working with and developing FCP’s network of accountants and corporate tax planners, through whom FCP’s range of investments are marketed.

He will work within FCP’s 10-strong business development team, headed up by Piers Denne (pictured), head of sales.
The appointment is the second in recent months to FCP’s business development team, as the firm strengthens its specialist product expertise ahead of product specific push in September. FCP expects to shortly announce significant developments on its range of investments. These include Future Fuels, an investment funding an industrial sized renewable transport fuels plant in Grimsby, and a luxury real estate development investment in Montenegro.
Pargeter is highly experienced in the accounting, tax and investment industry. He joins FCP from Ernst & Young, where he managed international employee tax affairs for a number of high profile financial services clients. Prior to this, he was a senior associate for Deloitte.
Denne says: “This appointment demonstrates our move to expand the business development team to further market our corporate planning opportunities. James’s knowledge and enthusiasm in the field of tax planning will be integral to the promotion of our products and we are delighted to welcome him to the team.”
Pargeter adds: “I am delighted to have joined the team at Future Capital Partners. In these challenging times, many owner-managed businesses are looking for corporate planning solutions such as those offered by FCP. I look forward to working with intermediaries to educate them and their clients about our products.”

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